Julio Jones to return to full practice on Tuesday

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn said wide receiver Julio Jones, who suffered a minor injury on the first day of training camp Thursday, will return to full practice Tuesday.

Jones, who was pictured rolling a ball under his left foot Saturday, took part in a portion of 11-on-11 drills Sunday. He caught the first two passes of the two-minute session at the end of practice. Jones was held out of one-on-one drills and sat out the first play of 11-on-11 before making an appearance.

"Not necessarily a pitch count," Quinn said of Jones' Sunday regimen. "We wanted to have probably quarter to half of him out today, make sure tomorrow off, and then we'll be back into full for Tuesday."

The Falcons have Monday off, giving Jones an added day of rest. He expressed little concern about the injury despite being limited for four days.

"I feel great," Jones said Saturday, his scheduled day to address the media. "Definitely nothing to worry about -- precautionary reasons, but I'm good to go, 100 percent. Just taking it slow. I'm just so explosive. I always get something that's tight or something. It's good. I just keep getting treatment and stretching it out. Eating right. I'm hydrating. But I'm good. It's nothing serious or anything like that that's going to prevent me from playing."

Jones has had multiple surgeries on his right foot in the past, including one that caused him to miss the final 11 games of the 2013 season.

Last season, Jones had the second most receiving yards in a season in NFL history with 1,871, just behind Detroit's Calvin Johnson (1,964). Jones had 136 catches, which tied Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown for the league lead.